Yes, all believers are indwelt by the Holy Spirit. And I suspect that happens today just like it did in the early church, so I don't see that it's "unique" as you said.All believers are indwelt by the Holy Spirit. And you do have to get around Eph 1:13-14 to support your position because nowhere do we see that the gift of tongues, given when the church was first starting out, is given to every person who believes and is indwelt.
Are you Pentecostal? Do you believe the gift of tongues is a requirement to prove you've received the HS?
No, nothing for me to get around in Ephesians 1:13-14. I accept that verse just the way that Paul wrote it. Nothing added; nothing left out.
No, I am not Pentecostal. I do not believe the gift of tongues is now or ever has been a requirement to prove that one has received the Holy Spirit.
There are requirements for receiving the Holy Spirit though, and Ephesians 1:13-14 gives two of them: hearing and believing. But it doesn't say these are the only requirements for receiving the Holy Spirit. So while this is certainly an inspired portion of scripture, I wouldn't want to hang my entire doctrine of salvation on this one passage.